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. investors are worried about the company without steve jobs at the top. jobs says he cannot longer run apple day-to-day. he will remain as the board chairman. jobs has a rare form of pancreatic cancer. he brought apple from near bankruptcy with the iconic brand of ipod and ipad and itunes. >> anybody in the world in clothing or automobile can learn from apple. >> apple's chief operating officer tim cook will takeover for steve jobs. >>> a 4.5 aftershock rattled mineral, virginia today. near where the earthquake hit tuesday. the washington monument will be closed to tourists indefinitely. the quake left cracks in the stone. engineers say the national cathedral is structurally sound, but three of the four spires were snapped and caused cracks in the limestone exterior. >>> american air says they will inspect the jet ways at los angeles international airport. one jetway collapsed last night. a pilot and passenger tumbled ten feet on the concrete tarmac. they have neck and back injuries. >>> usually the judge throws the book at the defendant, but this defendant threw something at the judge. june
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york city? john zarrella looks at the worst possible scenario. >> reporter: steve and debbie o'sullivan and their three children live in queens, new york. a trank will setting. >> we used to play out in them. >> reporter: what's changed? >> katrina. >> reporter: the o'sullivans, whose house sits one block from the ocean are thinking about stocking up on hurricane supplies. >> i really am seriously considering getting more supplies of water and dry goods. it is a worry for me. i mean, he's not as worried as i am. >> reporter: there may be good reason for certain. new york city hasn't experienced a big hurricane since 1938. wtd increase in hurricane activity combined with the law of averages, many experts believe another major storm may be coming and soon. >> is it going to be a slow rise? >> yeah, yeah, it's going to come up slowly b-the rate you fill a bathtub. >> reporter: coast algae gist in this case nick koch he believes it could be cat strfk. >> the most dangerous thing in new york is the new yorker. the new yorker thinks they've been tested by everything, but very few nos
in nationgs head as t storm is approaching. >>> steve jobs resigning and the news isn't good and this is a look at the damage inside the washingtonman umt after tuesday's earthquake. for broccoli, say one. for toys, say two. toys ! the system can't process your response at this time. what ? please call back between 8 and 5 central standard time. he's in control. goodbye. even kids know it's wrong to give someone the run around. at ally bank you never have to deal with an endless automated system. you can talk to a real person 24/7. it's just the right thing to do. you can talk to a real person 24/7. and not because silverado's the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size truck on the road or because heavy duty made motor trend's 2011 truck of the year. no, it was good because you told us so. consider this a thank-you. the chevy model year wrap up. get in on our greatest model year yet. right now, combine the all-star edition discount with other offers for a total value of $6,000. our greatest model year yet is wrapping up. >>> if you're just tuning in, here's what's happeni
be unconstitutional. joining me now to talk about this on today's stream team, from connecticut, steve perry, cnn education reporter and principal of the capital preparatory school, from new york, pete dominick, host of stand up on sirius xm and from new jersey, paul callen, cnn legal contributor and criminal defense attorney. as a principal, steve, let me start with you, what do you think about this law? >> i think it is a law that just takes up a lot of time but doesn't necessarily do anything to positively impact wait education occurs. technology is a significant reason why education will improve and we need to embrace it and find the ways to do so. >> pete, what do you think? >> well, first of all this law comes from the same state senator who a few weeks back wanted to roll back child labor flaws their state but it's good see the state senators there are really focus old jobs. listen, this is definitely a first amendment issue and what it doesn't outlaw is talking to students privately, writing them note, calling them on the phone, text messaging, i think steve perry can tell you this is the
woods. the man whose back we see there is this man. this is steve williams, 12 years on tiger's bag, 72 wins including 13 major championships. recently dumped by tiger. now working for sunday's winner, adam scott. and judging by his remarks, steve williams is not happy with mr. woods. listen. >> i was absolutely shocked that i got the boot to be honest with you. i catered to the guy for 13 years, incredibly loyal to the guy and i got short shifted. very disappointing. >> when steve was your guy, he never talked to the media or very rarely talked to the media after an event. last week he said a lot of things, were you surprised by that? >> yeah. >> mike three in the front please. >> that was tiger woods. sort of speaking today from the atlanta athletic cup. i guess you could say tiger has been pretty tight lipped about the divorce from steve williams, would you say? >> yeah, it's been typical tiger, i would say. he's been an exhert at averting the questions. he addressed it without addressing it. caddies do get fired all the time, but in steve williams' defense, this became a real person
contributor steve perry is a school principal and in "perry's principles" this week he's discussing whether the s.a.t. favors some students over others and whether there is a good alternative. >> reporter: is the s.a.t. biased? >> in some technical sense it's probably not a biased test. the problems become in how it gets used in the admissions process. >> reporter: fair test is dedicated to ensuring fairness in standardized testing. >> the purpose of the s.a.t., why it got construct second-degree to predict college grades. what happened is kids of color are very often left out. they're going to be predicted to not do well when in fact they could do well. >> reporter: what's your alternative? >> we have a list of colleges for whom the test is optional and what's been found out is that those colleges, they get a more diverse student body. the grade point average stays the same. they graduate at the same rate. >> reporter: the owners of the s.a.t. disagrees. >> fair test is mistaken on this point. that the s.a.t. is absolutely predictive of how well students will do in college. every single qu
over the s.a.t. college example and minorities. cnn education contributor steve perry explains in tonight's "perry's principles." >> is the s.a.t. biassed? >> in some technical sense it is probably not a biased test. the problems become in how it gets used in the admissions process. >> reporter: fair test is dedicated to ensuring fairness in standardized testing. >> the purpose of the s.a.t., whi it g why it got constructed, was to predict college grades. so often kids of color are left out. they're predicted to not do well when in fact they could do well. >> what's your alternative? >> we have a list of colleges for whom the test is optional. what's been found out is that those colleges get a more diverse student body, the grade point average stays the same and they graduate at the same rate. >> reporter: the owners of the s.a.t. disagrees. >> fair test is mistaken on this point that the s.a.t. is absolutely predictive of how well students will do in college. every single question on the s.a.t. is tested with real students from all races and all walks of life to ensure that ev
steve perry sat down with the singer in tonight's "perry's principles." >> everyone believes that a kid should get a good education. but you have to put your money and your policy where your mouth is. but here's what that means. quality principals, quality teachers, quality superintendents that are accountable for actually delivering on their promises. and when you talk about accountability, then that means everybody's not going to be protected. in that situation. >> that's some loaded speech right there, man. >> the priority is to make sure that the kids have the opportunity to get a great education. >> now, you've gotten some flak from that. >> of course i've gotten flak from that. >> people are not really interested in hearing this singer out there telling them how to educate people. >> i get flak for that. and i'm not an educator, and i know that. ♪ i say this every time i talk about teachers, i truly respect what they do. and i don't envy the task that they have. and like i said, we need to hold this job in high esteem. but when you hold it in high esteem that means you just don'
francisco school. cnn educator -- education contributor steve perry takes us inside in this week's perry's principles. 8 26 national is a program with chapters across the country. we're with 826 valencia. kids get tutoring, attend creative writing workshops and watch their own books get published. >> what you doing there? >> there you go. >> it is housed in a pirates supply store. they're writing a story for a grumpy pirate named mr. blue. >> we promised them they could write a story. can we try? >> it better be a good story, exciting and suspenseful. >> they host field trips and they have a special focus on working with students with parents who don't speak english at home. today, they're all about creative writing. >> crocodile mixed with the rhino. >> and you are helping kids in this community use writing to do what? >> it all begins with writing. and so you have to build from that sort of basis. so the students that we work with, if their writing is great, it follows that everything else they would do from english to math to science. >> how much are they paying for this? >> it is all
francisco project useds a variety of techniques to spark interest. cnn education contributor steve perry visits in tonight's "perry's principles." >> reporter: 826 national is a lit ranking organization with eight chapters across the country. today we're at the original location, san francisco, called 826 valencia. here, kids get tutoring, attend creative writing workshops, and watch their own books get published. >> ahoy, maty, what you doing there? >> there you go! >> reporter: did i mention it's housed in a pirate supply store? they're writing a story for a grumpy pirate name police department blue. >> we promised them that we could write a good story. can we try? >> it better be a good story. it better be exciting and suspenseful. >> reporter: it offers one-on-one tutoring in any subject students need help with. host field trips and has a special focus on working with students whose parents don't speak english at home. but today, they're all about creative writing. >> i t could be a crocodile mixed -- >> you are helping kids in this community use writing to do what? >> it all begins
. but really, more people may have been focused on tiger's former caddie. take a look here. that's steve williams on the right. he and his new boss had a really good weekend. adam scott won the bridgestone invitational. williams carried the bag, never even swung a club, but he called it his greatest win ever. >> it's the most satisfying win i've ever had. no two ways about it. i'm not denying that. i mean, i was absolutely shocked that i got the boot, to be honest with you. i cared for the guy for 13 years, i was incredibly loyal to the guy and i got short-shrifted. very disappointed. >> that's coming from a guy at tiger's side when he won 13 majors. he was fired by woods last month. jim huber joins me now from the atlanta athletic club, site of this week's pga championship. you heard what steve williams said. did he sound a little bitter to you? >> just a little? you think? yeah, i think he was bitter. i think he's very upset at the way he was treated. i think that that particular divorce on tiger's part didn't go as anybody planned and so therefore, it was steve williams' chance to get
. >> it is good to be back in holland, michigan. a couple people i want to thank in particular, your ceo steve roelle is here. steve. and sitting next to him, one of the finest senators in the country, senator carl levin is in the house. so i just had a chance to see what you guys are doing in this plant. it is very impressive. elizabeth was giving me the tour, and she was very patient with me, and i think i understood about half of what she said. you know, at a time when americans are rightly focused on our economy, when americans are asking about what's our path forward, all of you here at johnson controls are providing a powerful answer. this is one of the most advanced factories in the world. you're helping america lead in a growing new industry. you're showing us how we can come back from the worst recession that we've had in generations and start making things here in america that are sold all around the world. and that's why i'm here today. i've said it before. i will say it again. you cannot bet against the american worker. don't bet against american ingenuity. the reason a plant like
. >> and that's what we are you hearing from a lot of people out here. let's talk to steve who runs this place. you have been following the news in washington. what do you think the debt deal will do for the workplace and for people out there looking for a job? >> well, i think at present it creates uncertainty for workers and employers. people don't know whether they will be able to hire people. >> certainly, the news 69 cutbacks and spending certain programs as well. we have seen so many people come here looking for a job. what do you say to them? >> i say while it's a difficult even environment, we certainly -- what they can do is access a center such as ours. there are 18 operated within the city of los angeles, and 13 within the county of los angeles so definitely try to access the centers -- >> go to a local job center. what else would you say are good tips for people looking for a job? >> also, identify in demand occupations and train for the occupations, and also to get a leg up within the industry that they are interested in, they might consider unpaid intern ships or paid work experi
't talked about the residents today. we have steve and fran here. what's upsetting you is it will be a long time before power goes back on. tell me your situation. >> the power went off last night. they're telling me it will be seven days before power is back on. next sunday afternoon we'll have power. >> reporter: how does that make you feel? i know you work from home. how difficult is the situation for you and your neighbors? >> it's hard to live that way. the neighborhood is black. the street lights don't work. power lines are down. you will run over live power lines. it's impossible to live like that. i have called psg & e, pleaded with them to repair the lines and they said, no, you have to wait your turn. >> reporter: they don't have the resources. >> they don't. >> reporter: your house is really damaged in the major blizzard we had this winter. you just got through fixing that. >> everything. >> reporter: now what? >> my back room, my family room that was repaired is down. a big tree branch hit it and the new roof is gone. on the other side of the house we had massive flooding. no po
. steve stricker, your opening round leader. what a way for the top-ranked american to start, a 63, seven under, ties the record for the lowest round in a major, had only 24 putts, stricker is great. really a guy you can say deserves to win a major by this point. then there's tiger. 14 strokes back after day one, he's 7 over. it's his worst opening round ever at any tournament. he went to drink there. man, was he spending a lot of time at the beach, 13 bunkers. tiger is in real danger of not making the cut. u.s. open winner rory mcilroy injured himself when he hit a tree root with his 7 iron. he had to tape it up. we'll go live to the atlanta athletic club for a check on today's play, second round. everyone wondering if tiger can turn it around even just to make the cut. might be a little victory, boy how the mighty have fallen talking about tiger making the cut. >> looking forward to next hour, happening right here in atlanta. thank you so much, jeff. talk to you again soon. >>> they've been roommates for more than four decades now. some say two of the sesame street's puppets may be gay.
to safer investments like gold and other commodities. but steve green and his family, well, they've put tens of millions of dollars into bibles. i guess you could say that steve has a lot of faith in his investment. he's overseeing the acquisition of ancient bibles and other rare religious relics that are now part of a traveling exhibit. he's also president of hobby lobby, the arts and crafts chain. i tell you what, this is pretty amazing, looking at the -- i can't believe actually we can touch them, too. usually you see these behind glass. >> yes. >> tell me, why was this important to you? >> well, our family has always had a love for the bible. we have tried to operate our business according to biblical principles. we believe in the bible and we wanted to share the story of the bible with as many as we could. >> you brought in a couple of your favorites. let's start with the earliest greek text, psalm 23. for those that are not familiar with the bible, it it's the well-known verse of the lord is my shepherd, i shall not want. >> exactly. >> tell us about this. >> this is one leaf of a
. >> reporter: very tough situation. good luck out there. let's talk to steve who runs this place. you've seen people come in and out of here every day. how is the debt deal affecting people looking for a job? >> well, i think it affects them negatively because it creates a lot of uncertainty in the economy. you have small business owners that want to hire people but they are not sure whether the demand for their goods and services are going to be. so they're hesitant to hire people, which creates more unemployment. >> reporter: there could be less jobs out there, even layoffs, perhaps? >> less jobs, layoffs. all contributed by the uncertainty going on in washington right now. >> reporter: we'll see where the spending cuts actually fall. but give some advice, some tips for people who are looking for a job? >> well, i think they should definitely access our center such as ours. we have 18 centers operated within the city of los angeles and 13 operated within the county of los angeles. so there are definitely services out there to help people look for work. >> reporter: any other tips or advice?
should note that this ex-caddie steve williams was on the winning bag with his new boss, adam scott. >> i was going to say, you know who won that event, don? yeah, exactly. adding the sort of soap opera twist. you know, this is tiger. he's back. he hasn't played in awhile. he got four rounds in. the good news is his body held up. the bad news, again, not the tiger woods we're used to. middle of the pack. he'll play in the final major of the season. this will be the last chance for him to win a major for the first time since 2008. i mean tiger woods hasn't won a major. this guy was winning three majors a year as a matter of course. now he could go three years without winning one. >> what do you think the chances are, the pga championship is coming here to atlanta this week. >> i was going to say, it's your own backyard. i mean, i think the guy's still tiger woods. and if his body is cooperating, you know, you don't lose it overnight. but, you know, his confidence isn't where it needs to be. his consistency isn't where it needs to be. the truth is in the past three years with all that's tra
here. adam scott is leading the tournament, joe. and his caddie is steve williams. he's been on the bag for him for this tournament. that's been the big story line coming into this week. tiger has won seven times before. stevie was a big part of those victories. and now scott is one round away from winning the tournament which would be quite remarkable. >> so hopefully next time we get on here, we'll get that audio problem straightened out. obviously, a really long delay. >> reporter: i hope so. >> you've got it. thanks for that report, man. >>> you've heard that music soothes the savage beast. so wait until you see when a whale hears a mariachi band. for broccoli, say one. for toys, say two. toys ! the system can't process your response at this time. what ? please call back between 8 and 5 central standard time. he's in control. goodbye. even kids know it's wrong to give someone the run around. at ally bank you never have to deal with an endless automated system. you can talk to a real person 24/7. it's just the right thing to do. >>> a beluga whale is stealing the show in maryland. ca
, steve dominic and cnn contributor will cain. all right, guys. first question, the president says there's now more pressure on those 12 republicans and democrats yet to be named, by the way, who are going to hash it out on the next part of this debt deal. so, are we finally going to get it right with this super committee? will? >> you're asking for a prediction. >> yes. >> so -- >> look into your crystal ball. >> i'll be professional predictor and go out on a limb and say, no, we're not going to get it right here. what evidence do you have that suggests we would? sit our willingness to raise taxes? our willingness to look at reforming entitlements? is it because we're calling these guys super? is it because we're going to call the fed if they don't get it right. no, kyra, i don't have much hope. it requires one guy from one of the parties to debray what his party stands for. to go against that. i don't see how that's going to happen. >> i love our role, just grinning from ear to ear. roland? >> first of all, both sides frankly have stacked the deck in terms of the kind of people they wa
. and steve forbes, the ceo of forbes incorporated. >>> up next, though, we're taking a story away from washington. we take it away from wall street for just a few minutes. we're going to focus on your street, your bottom line, what this line in history means for your pocketbook. how your efforts to borrow money or credit card rates, interest rates, even your investments could be affected by all of this. this decision to lower the u.s.'s credit rate sglg information all of our viewers need to know. we'll also hear a lot about how much of our debt is held by china. should we be concerned about that country calling for payment? we'll be back in three minutes. and he gives me a variety of options. would you like to have a look at a map, my lad? ah, why not? shall we check on the status of your knighthood? yes. again? yes, again, please! thank you. with my digital manservant, i'll never be homesick again. would you like me to put the kettle on, sir? no, i'd like you to get rid of that ostrich. it's been here a month. [ male announcer ] the new hp touchpad. get it now for $100 off, starting
actually performs better by doing this. >> reporter: yeah. you know, steve williams thing, this is his caddie for the last 12 years, they have won it all. they have had a great run. there are some hard feelings there. tiger announced he was parting ways with steve williams and williams told a reporter he felt like he wasted the last two years of his life, so that is sort of the subplot of drama. you mentioned clark, that is the luck of the draw who is he playing with today. a good pairing likely because they do get along well together. but as you have already said, the golf world is watching very closely today and this entire tournament. won the tournament seven times and which tiger will show up this weekend. >> a lot of people paying attention. tiger woods needs five more major wins to pass jack nicklaus as the greatest golfer of all time. can he do it? we will ask mike walker later this hour. >>> dow snapped eight session losing streak yesterday but the bulls are heading back to the sidelines this morning. we will go live to the new york stock exchange. [ woman ] we take it a day at
steve perry who's on the phone with me. and steve, why were weight and weight not already protected here? >> the fact is that kids bully other kids, not because of the way the other kids look but because of the way they feel about themselves. and we can go too far, because it's height, it's weight, it's hair color, it's anything that differentiates one child from the another that makes that -- it's being smart, it's being rich, it's being poor, it's being everything. the point is, if our objective is to protect children from bullies, what we need to do is anytime a child feels or anytime the adults who are supposed to be responsible feel that a child is being picked on, it doesn't matter why. just that they are being picked on is enough. >> michelle obama, her whole let's move campaign is actually making matters worse for obese children. have you heard about this? what do you make of that? >> i think is that if you want to be a victim and if you want your people to be seen as a victim, you can make yourself a vict victim. if this group is really interested in ending the bullying, they ca
with the republicans. we will hear from steve israel about his yes vote just ahead. >>> also ahead, a vile of serial killer blood. ted bundy, it's found. will it lead to solving more cold cases? that story after the break. members of the american postal worker's union handle more than 165 billion letters and packages a year. that's about 34 million pounds of mail every day. ever wonder what this costs you as a taxpayer? millions? tens of millions? hundreds of millions? not a single cent. the united states postal service doesn't run on your tax dollars. it's funded solely by stamps and postage. brought to you by the men and women of the american postal worker's union. discover customersl are getting five percent cashback bonus at the pump... and at many of the places their summer plans take them. it pays to switch, it pays to discover. at exxon and mobil, we engineer smart gasoline that works at the molecular level to help your engine run more smoothly by helping remove deposits and cleaning up intake valves. so when you fill up at an exxon or mobil station, you can rest assured we help your engine r
't see the launch of mtv itself. i didn't have cable. i went it my friend steve's high school and being fascinated with not only mtv, but you can listen to the in stereo. fascinating. this is a pretty big anniversary with mtv just turning 30. just after midnight on this date, a new tv channel launched with the words you heard. ladies and gentlemen, rock 'n' roll. then the clip of the video, video killed the radio star. a cultural shift began. image became as important as the music for artists. i will go deeper with another trivia question on this anniversary. can you name the second video ever to be shown? >> no. i won't try. >> it's almost impossible, but pat ben tar, one of the huge artists of the time played her video for you better run. believe it or not, when you look at mtv, it was set up with the idea of playing music videos 24 hours a day, seven days a week which it did for a long time. they catapulted videos and became a marketing tool for music artists or risked retirement. think back to michael jackson himself. billy gene and his 14 minute thriller video-short film. that's wh
, woods shot a 77 yesterday to finish 7 over par behind steve stricter, and he was 3 under through five holes, and he had three double bogeys and three shots in the water. >>> coming up, why seniors are being forced to postpone retirement. some are convinced they will work until they die. . this bowl of strawberries is loaded with vitamin c. and now, b vitamins to boot. coffee doesn't have fiber. unless you want it to. new splenda® essentials™ are the first and only line of sweeteners with a small boost of fiber, or antioxidants, or b vitamins in every packet. mmm. same great taste with an added "way to go, me" feeling. new splenda® essentials™. get more out of what you put in. sama mouthwatering combination of ingredients...e for you! i know you're gonna love. [ barks ] yes, it's new beneful healthy fiesta. made with wholesome grains, real chicken, even accents of tomato and avocado. yeah! come on! [ barking ] gotta love the protein for muscles-- whoo-hoo! and omega-rich nutrition for that shiny coat. ever think healthy could taste so good? [ woman announcing ] new beneful health
donning his 11-year-old son is now under arrest. steve cross's home was about to be foreclosed on, when he left a note with his child telling him to move in with the neighbors. cross was found working at a deli in california. >>> it's not quite snakes in the plain but close enough, screeners at miami's international airport said a man tried to get through security with seven snakes and three turtles wrapped inside his pants. yeah, that's right. u.s. fish and wildlife officers took custody of the animals and they have arrested that passenger. >>> go to college, get a degree? yeah, you think it's good advice but also pretty expensive, so is that degree really even worth the price? we'll find out from a young woman with a dream job and also mountain of debt. >>> plus we'll tell you which college degrees give you the most bang for your buck, the top three highest paying degrees, that when we come back. what do we have? all four of us, together? 24. he's low fat, too, and has 5 grams of sugars. i'll believe it when i--- [ both ] oooooh... what's shakin'? [ female announcer ] as you get older, p
. >> and these are a name drop. i'm talking about michael dell, steve jobs, bill gates, none of these guys finished clej, but all of them represented run and create these multibillion dollar corporations. ralph lauren didn't go to college. virgin airline's richard branson, he didn't even finish high school. these people are huge exceptions to the rule. you have to remember for the rest of us, graduating college typically means bigger salaries and more job security. right now, the unemployment rate for people with bachelor's degrees or better is just 5%. that's half the rate for those without college degrees. but for those who didn't graduate high school, the unemployment rate is 13%. there you go. i kind of brought you back to reality. how do you like those pictures there, kyra, nice, huh? >> yeah. not bad. you know what else is nice? that rally that we saw when the markets opened. i haven't seen the numbers since we left. has it calmed down since last week? >> it has calmed down. we're still in the green. let's see if we can make it three in a row. we closed higher on thursday and friday. investors are
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